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CIA alumni are always cooking up something interesting, and with a network more than 50,000 strong, there’s never a shortage of highlights! Here are just a few examples of CIA alumni in the news this past month. Changemakers Vice President Kamala Harris and Representative Nanette D. Barragan, met with a small group of Washington, DC-area […]
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Now this is how you learn by doing! Students in our CIA Accelerated Culinary Arts Certificate Program (ACAP) recently harvested olives from the 10 Frantoio olive trees (Tuscan varietal) that line the entrance to Copia, our location in Napa, CA. Later that day, they milled the olives in the college’s Olio Mio olive mill and […]
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